DairyBISS has successfully conducted its breeding scientific seminar .

On Friday April 13th  DairyBISS has conducted  a scientific seminar based on breeding  at  Getfam Hotel.

The seminar highlighted a number of important issues for the future in breeding improvement initiatives in Ethiopia. Moreover it was an opportunity to strengthen the collaboration of Dutch and Ethiopian knowledge institutes on issues of dairy breed improvement researches. The seminar gathered an eminent of speakers and scholars engaged in dairy breeding.


Over all the seminar was a success and is hoped to bring about various opportunities .

DairyBISS has successfully conducted its 2018 B2B (Business to business ) meeting on breeding.


On Thursday April 12,1018, B2B meeting was conducted at Getfam Hotel ,aimed at nurturing relationships between breeding service providers and breeding service recipients .

First there were various presentations on issues of breeding improvement services provisioned by government, development partners, and Dutch and local private AI provider companies .

Then match making was set to bring further relations of these various parties.


Match making meeting being  conducted

The main idea is being able to promote the private sector looking to new prospect and act upon for growing and untapped demands of breed improvement services in Ethiopia and to underline the interrelation of genetics improvement with other management aspects of dairy production in Ethiopia.

The meeting passed successfully with various members sharing   their thoughts and ideas on building a certain foundation for further relationship with the Dutch parties.

DairyBiss has successfully conducted its Field visit on breeding .

On Wednesday April 11th a visit was organized and successfully conducted  for Dutch Dairy businesses to visit the national insemination Center ,private AI services and  various private dairy farms around Debrezit and its surroundings first hand for gaining more information and insight and others information about breeding services and its prospects  in Ethiopia .

Various private and government owned breeding institutions were visited one of the better-known institutions which was NAIC (National Artificial Insemination Centre of Ethiopia), and experts discussed various issues.

The first visit was also at NAIC and started with a discussion on new plans and concerns and drawbacks that they were having.   Then visited the facilities and devices that were used in their work efforts including a first- hand viewing of professionals did their works. Then the Dutch visitors were showed records relating to previous breeding efforts.


Then multiple private farms were visited and each showed their individual structural preferences.

Overall the visit was a successful sharing and understanding of two different parties hoping to be in a sustainable collaboration.